I'm sure the prospect of more rain has some of you "giddy" with excitement...but that's what is on tap for late Saturday into Sunday as a second, more substantial, cool front approaches from the west. Computer modeling has sped things up with the front's timing and push through the region, now sending the front into the region on Saturday and out of the region on Sunday. While rains will be possible Saturday into Sunday...and some of those may be heavy...it won't be *as* bad as what we've dealt with this week so far.
For those wondering, that big "blob" to the east of Cape Cod on the graphic above is Leslie, probably a hurricane on this depiction of the GFS as it lifts north. All indications are that this will miss the East Coast of the US but will generate significant surf and rip currents over the next several days as the storm spins in the Atlantic and then slowly moves northwest and then northward. Leslie may hit Atlantic Canada early next week.